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Green Line Architects
Crystal River Tree House
scribing, coping, forming and fitting of the structure. “You can see how beautifully he put things together,” Novy says. “That’s what’s so exciting about it. It’s got a Hobbit-like fantastical feel with neat angles, but there’s also a focus on wood connections and meticulously crafted openings set in
Queen Anne Slope
Reading Around the House1. In the kitchen. There is something incredibly soothing about reading in the kitchen, while a pot of soup bubbles on the stovetop and warm smells emanate from the oven. Embrace the comforts of the kitchen by setting up a reading nook where you can sit between stirrings of the
The Colony House
another alternative for those who prefer the look and feel of lawn. It’s come a long way from the faux turf at the miniature golf course. Read more about the case for fake lawns.More: Easy Green: Big and Small Ways to Be More Water-Wise at HomeTell us: How are you conserving water at home?
who has been embracing and documenting the architecture, urban planning and style of Cincinnati on her blog, VisuaLingual, since she arrived in town about six years ago. "Cincinnati has a reputation as a conservative, traditional town when, in fact, pioneering Modernism was alive and well here during the
Erotas Building Corporation
Second floor hall with reading nook
Don't forget about borrowing space underneath the attic stairs. This nook even has a comfy built-in seat in front of it.
More modern boho with a splash of chintz. In this setting there is nothing Grandma about it.
Men and women's universe collide in one place. The outdoor kitchen right along with the television and let's not forget about the bar. All elements combined to make perfection.
Sam Crawford Architects
Avalon Beach House
making the best use of natural light, while taking into account privacy, can make your house both comfortable to live in and cost efficient. Think about its eco-credentials before taking the plunge – it’s a factor likely to grow in importance for homebuyers in the years to come.